由马克西姆·哲斯科夫(Maxim Zhestkov)执导的实验艺术影片《元素》(Elements)在几个封闭空间内进行了一系列实验，追踪了20多亿个黑白球体。在整部影片中，粒子在不同的白色房间中穿梭，每个房间都贴上了微妙的墙壁文字，这些文字广泛地定义了每个动画的物理特性，如流动、扩散和压力。Elements, an experimental art film by Maxim Zhestkov, follows more than two billion black and white spheres through a series of experiments within several enclosed spaces. Throughout the film the particles swarm through different white rooms, each labeled with subtle wall text that broadly defines the physics of each animation such as flow, diffusion, and pressure. Set to a score of hauntingly hollow tones, Elements is intended to express laws of nature and mathematics, visually representing the composition of particles found in each of us.“The film is a trial to explore the idea that everything around us and inside us is made from simple elements or blocks which can be arranged in complex relationships and become compound structures,says Zhestkov. “We could project this idea into emotions, behaviors, thought processes, relationships, life, planets and the universe.”Zhestkov is a visual artist and motion designer based in Russia working in animation, design, and cinematography. You can see more of his short film projects and illustrations on his Vimeo and Behance.